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Media, Technology and the 21st Century LearnerRenee HobbsTemple UniversityPhiladelphia PA

Approaches to TeachingMethod: Skills and techniques used in teaching & learning Awareness: What the teacher knows about the learnersKnowledge: What the teacher knows about the subjectEnds: The purposes and goals of learningRelationship: Connection between teacher & learner

SOURCE: Fenstermacher, G. & Soltis, J. (2004). Approaches to Teaching. Teachers College Press.

Approaches to TeachingMethod: Skills and techniques used in teaching & learning Awareness: What the teacher knows about the learnersKnowledge: What the teacher knows about the subjectEnds: The purposes and goals of learningRelationship: Connection between teacher & learner

SOURCE: Fenstermacher, G. & Soltis, J. (2004). Approaches to Teaching. Teachers College Press.

Middle School Students Spend8 10 hrs/day in Screen Activity

Middle School Students Spend8 10 hrs/day in Screen Activity

Middle School Students Spend8 10 hrs/day in Screen ActivityMost have a TV in their bedroomWatch 6 12 movies per weekListen to 18 hours of music weeklyList three or more favorite celebrities, athletes or musiciansUse social media websites or play videogames for 2 hours per daySome create original content while online

Middle School Students Spend8 10 hrs/day in Screen ActivityMost have a TV in their bedroomWatch 6 12 movies per weekListen to 18 hours of music weeklyList three or more favorite celebrities, athletes or musiciansUse social media websites or play videogames for 2 hours per daySome create original content while online4 of 5 teens say they rarely discuss media & technology issues with parents or other adults

That Was Then..................What is Now?

Media today is mobile and user generated

Media today is mobile and user-generated

9Where and how they use media has changed too:

Media today is mobile, giving kids 24/7 access to their favorite TV shows, music, movies and games, wherever they are.

Increase of media in childrens bedrooms: making media consumption a private and individual experience

Media is also user generated. Kids are no longer just passive observers -- they are active participants in creating media. Whether its voting for their favorite Idol, creating a video to post on YouTube, or developing an online identity.

Did you know that more than 65,000 videos are uploaded on YouTube daily? And that more than 10 million videos are downloaded each day?

SOURCE:Kaiser Family Foundation (2010). Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8 18 Year Olds. Living Media-Saturated Lives

SOURCE:Kaiser Family Foundation (2010). Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8 18 Year Olds. Multitasking on the Rise

SOURCE:Kaiser Family Foundation (2010). Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8 18 Year Olds. Living Media-Saturated Lives

What Kids do with Cell Phones

RobbGrieco, M., Perez, A. Moore, D., Dainoff, B., Kiser, E. & Hobbs, R. (2008). Its a Media World After All.

Developmental Characteristics of Adolescence

Love Experience for its Own Sake

Developmental Characteristics of Adolescence

Love Experience for its Own SakeGo After Novelty, Complexity and Intense Situations

Developmental Characteristics of Adolescence

Love Experience for its Own SakeTake Risks in Pursuit of ExperienceGo After Novelty, Complexity and Intense Situations

Media Consumption Activities ShapeIdentity Development

1 out of every 3 middle-school boys and 1 in 10 girls play video or computer games every day.

Massachusetts General Hospital (2007, July 4). Most Middle-school Boys And Many Girls Play Violent Video Games. Science Daily.

Media CreationActivities ShapeIdentity Development

Most Popular Web Destination for 10 17 Year Olds

SOURCE:Kaiser Family Foundation (2010). Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8 18 Year Olds. Parent Media Management

Supporting Young Peoples DevelopmentPROTECT -----------------------EMPOWER

Are We Preparing Young People for Life in Contemporary Culture?

Are We Preparing Young People for Life in Contemporary Culture?

Are We Preparing Young People for Life in Contemporary Culture?

Are We Preparing Young People for Life in Contemporary Culture?

CONTACT: Professor Renee Hobbs, Ed.D.Temple UniversityPhiladelphia PA 19122

Email: renee.hobbs@temple.eduPhone: (215) 204-4291Web: http://mediaeducationlab.com

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